Do Ya Thang

Album: Talk That Talk (Deluxe Edition) (2011)
  • You are missing that kissing when we're over
    Boy what I'm feeling never feel it about another
    I need you, why can't you come over
    And you my lover, but I love you like a brother
    Baby don't want at the end of the day
    You are who you are and I love you that way
    Lasting love, if you know the difference
    You had a little game on ya, caught up in your feelings
    We together like, oh

    You know that I'mma do whatever I'm not gon' leave
    This kind of love don't come easy
    We don't care what they think, babe
    Promise we'll stay the same
    Say that you stay right here for me

    See I know you like being round chicks
    And looking at hips, and a little outfit
    What can I say
    That's what I love about you babe
    Yeah don't mess, cause I know you gon' lie
    You way too sexy, to ever be shy
    What did I say
    That's what I love about you babe

    Do ya thang, do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang

    You the shit, yeah, baby you the bomb
    Middle of the day give me what I want
    It feels so special, it feels so good
    And he ain't going no where even if he could
    I got that ow, ow
    You know what I'm talking about bout
    Make a nigga scream and shout, shout
    Every time my legs go out, out
    We out, out

    You know that I'mma do whatever I'm not gon' leave
    This kind of love don't come easy
    Fuck what you think, babe
    Promise we'll stay the same
    Say that you stay right here for me

    See I know you like being round chicks
    And looking at hips, and a little outfit
    What can I say
    That's what I love about you babe
    Yeah don't mess, cause I know you gon' lie
    You way too sexy, to ever be shy
    What did I say
    That's what I love about you babe

    Do ya thang, do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
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    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang

    Oh and I know what you're thinking of
    That I don't know a thing about love
    But what I know is I am his girl and he's the one for me
    See this shit ain't worth trippin' over
    Do your thing it doesn't matter
    As long as we go right forever
    Love is all we need

    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang
    Do ya thang, do ya thang
    Do ya, do ya, do ya thang

    See I know you like being round chicks
    And looking at hips, and a little outfit
    Hey, what can I say
    That's what I love about you babeWriter/s: ROBYN FENTY, TERIUS NASH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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